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cran
2005-Aug-10, 05:22 AM
Small Discovery (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/08/050805192316.htm)Has Large Implications
'The fossils turned out to be the oldest examples of a bilaterian -- animals that display bilateral symmetry, meaning their right and left halves are mirror images. The remarkable 2004 discovery pushed back the genesis of complex animal life by as many as 50 million years.' from ScienceDaily.com

"the 'mother of all...'.?" :huh:

jkmccrann
2005-Dec-12, 06:34 PM
Small Discovery (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/08/050805192316.htm)Has Large Implications
'The fossils turned out to be the oldest examples of a bilaterian -- animals that display bilateral symmetry, meaning their right and left halves are mirror images. The remarkable 2004 discovery pushed back the genesis of complex animal life by as many as 50 million years.' from ScienceDaily.com

"the 'mother of all...'.?" :huh:

Funny, but there are certain places that bilaterians are really quite rare even today, despite the effect of hundreds of millions of years of the evolutionary process. ;)